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Tighter

Slang; in bond trading, a decline in yield spread, indicating lower risk.
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Fitch Ratings has said that tighter regulatory norms would squeeze the profits of Chinese banks.
According to Hermes, It is expectedthat the implementation of the tighter checks will increase the required times for passport control.
We were becoming tighter and tighter, to the point of telepathy.
PB Responds: The cover blurb about shooting tighter groups referenced Randy Ulmer's Full Draw column about shooting stance.
BEA is rated A2/A, received tighter pricing with this deal versus its peers that have tapped the market.
However, there should definitely be tighter controls on the ownership of 'dangerous' dogs.
875 per cent, tighter than initial guidance, a document from lead managers said on Monday.
Sydney, Jan 26( ANI ): Andre Agassi has urged the authorities to have even more tighter anti-doping controls as he reflected on his own battles with drug abuse, and the American added he feels tennis is one of the cleanest sports.
Ferguson realised when he met the Londoners in September that Andre Villas-Boas had introduced a new method of playing but yesterday predicted a tighter affair.
trade with the world before and during the crisis, they find that countries with tighter credit markets exported less to the United States during the peak of the crisis.
Global Banking News-November 15, 2010--China says it would like tighter monetary policy(C)2010 ENPublishing - http://www.
Giving evidence to MPs reviewing the control of firearms, she said that although she grew up around shotguns in rural Cumbria, she felt tighter laws on gun control were needed.